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  • Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy is a 1955 film about Bud and Lou find themselves pursued by an Egyptian cult for a special medallion linked to a mummy
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  • young. FOR PEOPLE WHO WANT TO DIE LAUGHING! Something NEW from BUD and LOU! Bud Abbott — Cuthbert Greenway / Dr. Ralph Greenway Lou Costello — Horatio
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  • PRIVATE EYES...they're getting an Eyeful! It's all NEW and a RIOT too! Bud AbbottBud Alexander Lou Costello — Lou Francis Arthur Franz — Tommy Nelson Nancy
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  • world! Bud Abbott — Lester Lou Costello — Orville Mari Blanchard — Allura Robert Paige — Dr. Wilson Wikipedia has an article about: Abbott and Costello
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  • Twice as MONSTER-OUS as Ever Before! All New ! All Wild ! All Fun ! Bud Abbott — Slim Lou Costello — Tubby Boris Karloff — Dr. Henry Jekyll / Mr. Edward
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  • The maddest spree of Ghoulish Glee since they met . . . Frankenstein ! Bud Abbott — Casey Edwards Lou Costello — Freddie Phillips Lenore Aubert — Angela
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  • Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein is a 1948 film about two men meeting three monsters. Directed by Charles Barton. Written by Robert Lees. The LAUGHS
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  • Edwin Abbott Abbott (20 December 1838 – 12 October 1926) was an English schoolmaster and theologian, most famous as the author of the social satire Flatland
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  • James Abbott McNeill Whistler (10 July 1834 – 17 July 1903) was an American-born, British-based painter and etcher. Finding a parallel between painting
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  • Gotham. p. 10. ISBN 159240197X.  "Well, there was a guy, a blacksmith, in Abbott, and he and my granddad both had blacksmith's jobs. I hung around there
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  • into eternity, up to the bar of God. You will not be too busy to die. Abbott Eliot Kittredge, as reported in, Dictionary of Burning Words of Brilliant
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  • This is his first and last movie. [Trainer Miss Abbott is working with a chimp named Neil.] Miss Abbott: Now, turn around, Neil. Turn around. Turn around
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  • around in the gas tank of your car. Leonard: [While going through Professor Abbott's work] What if... what if this is the thing that would've finally let him
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